Mark O’Connor, Head of Business Development said: “We are delighted that the new Epworth brand so effectively reflects our strong Christian investment approach.”
Epworth Investment Management announces rebrand and launches new website.
27 November 2017 – Epworth Investment Management, the UK investment manager dedicated to serving the needs of Churches and Charities, today announces the business rebrand and launch of its new website (www.epworthinvestment.co.uk). The rebrand reinforces Epworth’s commitment to upholding Christian ethics in investment and highlights its bold growth ambitions as it looks to serve the needs of all Churches and Charities.
The news follows the appointment of David Palmer as CEO earlier this year. He further strengthened the team by hiring Mark O’Connor in a new position as Head of Business Development. Together, working with the experienced investment team, they will look to enhance Epworth’s reputation as the premier Christian investor in the UK.
David Palmer, Chief Executive, commented: “The new branding underpins our belief that integrating Christian ethics into investing will act as a springboard for a growing and sustainable fund management business. I am privileged to be the chief executive of a brand and business that allows me to use the skills and experience that I have developed during 30 years in the financial community in a way that reflects my core beliefs.”
Mark O’Connor, Head of Business Development said: “We are delighted that the new Epworth brand so effectively reflects our strong Christian investment approach. It reaffirms our dedication to serving the investment needs of all Churches and Charities in a way that does not compromise on their ethics.”
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About Epworth Investment Management
Founded in 1996, Epworth is an investment manager dedicated to serving the needs of Churches and Charities. We are stewards of our investors’ money and carefully select investments using Christian ethical criteria. Epworth manages assets of £1.2bn and is wholly owned by the Central Finance Board of the Methodist Church.